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Here are scores from Thursday night's high school sporting events featuring local teams.

Boys Soccer
Graves County 7, Mayfield 2
Caldwell County 7, Dawson Springs 0
Christian County 2, St. Mary 0
McCracken County 1, Paducah Tilghman 0 (PKs)
Trigg County 4, Lyon County 1
Calloway County 3, Marshall County 2
Madisonville 3, Murray 2

Girls Soccer
Graves County 10, Mayfield 0
Hopkins Central 2, Trigg County 2
Murray 5, Hopkinsville 0
Marshall County 3, Calloway County 2
McCracken County 7, Paducah Tilghman 0
Muhlenberg County 6, Crittenden County 2

Volleyball
Carlisle County 2, St. Mary 0 (25-10, 25-6)
Calloway County 3, Fulton City 0 (25-8, 25-19, 25-21)
Hickman County 3, Lake County, TN 0 (25-5, 25-11, 25-10)
Caldwell County 3, Madisonville 0 (25-20, 25-19, 15-15)
Hopkins County Central 3, Crittenden County 0 (25-8, 25-15, 25-6)
Union County 3, Mayfield 1 (25-19, 25-17, 21-25, 25-12)

Boys Golf
at South Highlands CC

Murray (152) James Boone 36, Bryant Foster 36, Preston English 40, Noah Newsome 40

Graves County (162) Chandler Seay 39, Jake Morgan 40, Ryan Overby 41, Dawson Fowler 42

at Calvert City CC

Marshall County "A" (160) Quinn Eaton 35, DJ Pigg 39, Jay Nimmo 41, Peyton Porter 45

Calloway County (171) Tanner Hicks 41, Ty Gallimore 42, Garrison Capps 43, Connor Steele 45

Marshall County "B" (173) Tyler Powell 39, Garrett Howell 40, Dyver O'Bryan 46, Drew Puteet 48

Ballard Memorial (176) TJ Wray 39, Mason Allen 44, Brady Cox 45, Coy Cox 48

Livingston Central (178) Jacob Belt 41, Gabe Williams 42, Cameron Head 46, Darit Barnes 49

Paducah Tilghman (215) Sammy Lambert 51, Isaac Humphrey 54, Eli Workman 55, Simon Bickerstaff 55

Christian Fellowship (231) Gavin Cypret 49, Logan Draffen 54, Elijah Toth 56, Richy Phillips 72

at Mayfield-Graves CC

Mayfield (145) Collins Dodson 33, Andrew Watson 36, Carter Dodson 38, Paul Wynstra 38

Carlisle County (210) Zach Sarles 46, Hogan Mills 51, Wesley Vanderburg 53, Reese Anderson 60

Hickman County (222) Tyler Abernathy 49, Jakob Stahr 52, Jonathan Humphreys 54, Hunter LaBlanc 67

Girls Golf
at Mayfield-Graves Country Club

Mayfield (NTS) Devany Cope 35

Carlisle County (NTS) Darla Keene 41, Sydney Hicks 44

Hickman County (NTS) Averee Jewell 50, Alyssa Moore 56

at Rolling Hills CC

Murray (174) Sarah McDowell 41, Delaney Welsh 43, Alyssa Brunston 45, Grace Campbell 45

Graves County (190) Nicole Taylor 39, Laney Shoulta 50, Neely Shoulta 50, Madison Myers 53





Carlos Rodon took a shutout into the seventh inning, Adam Eaton had three hits and scored three runs, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Thursday night.

Jose Abreu and Trayce Thompson had RBI doubles for Chicago, which wore throwback uniforms that debuted in 1976 and included white wide-collared untucked jerseys paired with navy blue pants and white socks.

Thompson had two hits and Avisail Garcia had two RBIs for the White Sox, who had lost three of their previous four.

Rodon (6-5) left after giving up a two-run homer to Franklin Gutierrez in the seventh inning. He was charged with both runs and three hits while striking out five and walking three in six-plus innings.

David Robertson got the last three outs for his 27th save in 33 chances.

Roenis Elias (4-7) gave up four runs and nine hits in 6 2/3 innings for Seattle.

The University of Louisville men's basketball team will compete in a pair of public Red-White intrasquad scrimmages in the KFC Yum! Center in October on Oct. 3 and 17. Game times will be set when the Cardinals’ football games on those days are determined so as not to conflict with each other.

Despite losing four starters including a pair of NBA Draft picks, optimism is high for Louisville, which posted a 27-9 record last season and reached its fifth NCAA Elite Eight in the past eight years. In addition to an incoming top ten freshman class, UofL bolstered its roster with a pair of senior graduate transfers in 6-6 guard Damion Lee, who was the nation’s fourth-leading scorer at Drexel last season (21.4 ppg) and 6-2 guard Trey Lewis, who led Cleveland State with a 16.3 scoring average and made a school-record 96 three-pointers.

A pair of 6-10 front court returnees gained experience in international competition over the summer as sophomore Chinanu Onuaku won a gold medal as a member of the 2015 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship Team, while junior Mangok Mathiang competed with Australia and led the 2015 World University Games in rebounding.

Kelby Tomlinson hit a grand slam for his first career home run and Marlon Byrd added a three-run shot, leading Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants over the Chicago Cubs 9-1 on Thursday.

The win moved the Giants within 5½ games of the Cubs for the second NL wild-card spot.

Bumgarner (16-6) struck out 12 in six innings, giving up one run and two hits. He won his fifth straight start and matched the Cubs' Jake Arrieta for most victories in the majors.

Tomlinson homered off James Russell in the eighth and received a standing ovation from the sellout crowd when he took his position at second base in the ninth. Matt Duffy and Juan Perez also drove in runs for the Giants, who won their second straight but are 3-5 over their past eight games.

Dan Haren (8-9) lasted 6 1-3 innings, his longest outing since going seven against the Toronto Blue Jays on June 9, a span of 15 starts.

Zack Greinke and two relievers combined on a four-hitter and the Los Angeles Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the reeling Cincinnati Reds with a 1-0 win on Thursday.

Greinke (14-3) lowered his major league-best ERA to 1.61 and allowed four hits over seven innings while leading Los Angeles to its first sweep of a series in Cincinnati since a three-game set in July 2009. He finished with two walks and nine strikeouts.

He improved to 7-2 in 12 games against Cincinnati.